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For me, this is a 5 star score

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For me, this is a 5 star score   Tuesday, July 10, 2001 (6:41 p.m.) 

That is--for me. I thought the movie was beautiful, accompanied by a beautiful score. There are few times that I can actually sense God's presense and majesty when listening to music--this was one of those times. For the vocal tracks, I thought that 11 was by far the best, and most interesting. Other than that, I also feel that tracks 2 and 4 are simply amazing. These three tracks, in my opinion, respectively represent the three aspects of the film most clearly: Beauty, horror, and fantasy.

I will always treasure this score. This is one of the few times that a score has surpassed my expectations--when a score simply amazes me. I know that this score will be nominated for an Oscar. I hope John gets it before he passes on.

-+Tim

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Re: For me, this is a 5 star score   Tuesday, July 10, 2001 (6:55 p.m.) 

> That is--for me. I thought the movie was beautiful, accompanied by a
> beautiful score. There are few times that I can actually sense God's
> presense and majesty when listening to music--this was one of those times.

God's presence? Do us a favor, and stop fornicating with the CD, boy. Just wait until Harry Potter, and you'll be saying the same ridiculous things. Appreciating music is one thing; using it as a vehicle to the Christian God is pure insanity. Tell me, do you fornicate with any score CD of music written before 1970?

> I hope John gets it before he passes on.

Isn't that ridiculous for even mentioning? The man has his share of Oscars. What about Goldsmith? Do you imply that Williams is going to be dead before next March?



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You think like a monkey   Wednesday, July 11, 2001 (12:32 p.m.) 

> God's presence? Do us a favor, and stop fornicating with the CD, boy. Just
> wait until Harry Potter, and you'll be saying the same ridiculous things.
> Appreciating music is one thing; using it as a vehicle to the Christian
> God is pure insanity. Tell me, do you fornicate with any score CD of music
> written before 1970?

What does fornication have to do with this?

> Isn't that ridiculous for even mentioning? The man has his share of
> Oscars. What about Goldsmith? Do you imply that Williams is going to be
> dead before next March?

Williams deserves and oscar for this score and nobody wants Williams to die. Of course nobdy wants Goldsmith to die, but the only oscar he might get next year (and I doubt it) is the lifetime achievement award.

Why are you so altered? There is anger in this primate...

C. Hook

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Re: You think like a monkey   Wednesday, July 11, 2001 (10:41 p.m.) 

> What does fornication have to do with this?

> Williams deserves and oscar for this score and nobody wants Williams to
> die. Of course nobdy wants Goldsmith to die, but the only oscar he might
> get next year (and I doubt it) is the lifetime achievement award.

> Why are you so altered? There is anger in this primate...

> C. Hook

....DAMN DAMN DIRTY APES!!! IT WAS EARTH AFTER ALL!!

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Re: For me, this is a 5 star score   Friday, July 13, 2001 (6:57 a.m.) 

I'd really like to know what your problem is. So what, somebody feels as though they were having a spiritual awakening during this score. Just because you may or may not be religiously cynical, has no right for you to say those soul-destroying things.

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Re: For me, this is a 5 star score   Sunday, July 15, 2001 (1:35 p.m.) 

Dude....you are the one with the problem.! Why do you criticize someones' opinion on the making of this great emotional score.! I have to say that I lost my mom and dad when I was 12...so the movie hurt! But I loved it! And yes, everytime I hear track 9 I tear up....so dude. get a f**king life!!!

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Re: For me, this is a 5 star score   Monday, April 7, 2003 (9:05 p.m.) 

> That is--for me. I thought the movie was beautiful, accompanied by a
> beautiful score. There are few times that I can actually sense God's
> presense and majesty when listening to music--this was one of those times.
> For the vocal tracks, I thought that 11 was by far the best, and most
> interesting. Other than that, I also feel that tracks 2 and 4 are simply
> amazing. These three tracks, in my opinion, respectively represent the
> three aspects of the film most clearly: Beauty, horror, and fantasy.

> I will always treasure this score. This is one of the few times that a
> score has surpassed my expectations--when a score simply amazes me. I know
> that this score will be nominated for an Oscar. I hope John gets it before
> he passes on.

> -+Tim

I totally agree.

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